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Insects from the Santana Formation, Lower Cretaceous, of Brazil. Bulletin of the AMNH ; no. 195
TLDR
Ninety-seven specimens of Homoptera from the Santana Formation, Lower Cretaceous of Brazil are known; nearly half are Cicadellidae belonging to 3 new genera and 11 new species, 8 ofwhich are described. Expand
FIVE GENERA OF NEW-WORLD “SHOVEL-HEADED” AND “SPOON-BILL” LEAFHOPPERS (HEMIPTERA: CICADELLIDAE: DORYCEPHALINI AND HECALINI)
  • K. Hamilton
  • Biology
  • The Canadian Entomologist
  • 1 August 2000
Abstract New-world leafhoppers with strongly flattened heads are here assigned to three tribes: Deltocephalini (six genera), Dorycephalini (two genera), and Hecalini (seven genera). Revised keys areExpand
INTRODUCED AND NATIVE LEAFHOPPERS COMMON TO THE OLD AND NEW WORLDS (RHYNCHOTA: HOMOPTERA: CICADELLIDAE)
TLDR
There are 30 transboreal leafhoppers, 5 transarctic species inhabiting the tundra and alpine meadows, and 9 inhabiting temperate regions of both Eurasia and North America. Expand
Lower Cretaceous Homoptera from the Koonwarra Fossil Bed in Australia, with a New Superfamily and Synopsis of Mesozoic Homoptera
TLDR
Three families of Homoptera, each represented by a single species, are described from Lower Cretaceous mudstone, and the last of these is the most archaic whole specimen of Cicadomorpha and appears to have Triassic relatives. Expand
A new family of froghoppers from the American tropics (Hemiptera: Cercopoidea: Epipygidae)
ABSTRACT Froghoppers (Cercopoidea) are divided into three families: spittlebugs or Cercopidae, which are efficient spittle-producers; Clastopteridae (including subfamily Machaerotinae, new status),Expand
Bugs Reveal an Extensive, Long-lost Northern Tallgrass Prairie
TLDR
These bug distributions indicate that bluestem-dominated grasslands in Canada, which usually are under 0.5 meter (20 inches) in height, are equivalent to tallgrass prairie from Illinois, which once extended as much as 400 kilometers (250 miles) northwest of its previously known distribution. Expand
Revision of the Macropsini and Neopsini of the New-World (Rhynchota: Homoptera: Cicadellidae), with notes on intersex morphology
TLDR
Biological and morphological data are used to define the species in this taxonomically difficult tribe, with the result that 45 new species are described. Expand
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